Dundee United’s Manchester United loanee Dylan Levitt has won the approval of Welsh fans after a positive 10th cap for his international team.

The 20-year-old midfielder played 90 minutes in a 0-0 friendly draw with Finland on Wednesday. While the game was not a competitive fixture, Levitt stood out in midfield. The Manchester United loanee was up against players like Rangers’ Glen Kamara and did not look out of place.

Finland v Wales - UEFA Nations League

The Dundee United and Manchester United man shone against Finland as Welsh preparations for World Cup qualifiers commenced. (Photo by Joosep Martinson/Getty Images)

With Aaron Ramsey withdrawing through injury, a starting spot opened up in Wales manager Rob Page’s midfield, and Dundee United’s new signing grasped the chance with both hands. Levitt joined Thomas Courts’ Dundee United squad on a season-long loan during the summer transfer window.

World Cup qualifiers against Belarus and Estonia come next for Levitt and Wales, fans clearly impressed by what the Dundee United and Manchester United midfielder produced.

 

United’s next Scottish Premiership match comes against St Mirren after the rest of the international break is concluded. Courts’ side go into the game with new left-back Scott McMann, who signed from Hamilton Academical on Deadline Day on a three-year deal. Academy product Jamie Robson moved to England with Lincoln City.

Dundee United are seventh in the table after two wins and two draws.

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